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American Roulette


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How to play American Roulette

American Roulette is one of the classiest casino games around, and unlike the European Game allows players to bet on the double zero. The table includes the usual 38 number lineup too and you can place other classic bets that payback up to 35:1.

How to play American Roulette

You'll need to place a bet before the game can begin. This task is similar to a real life casino because you choose a chip and then place it on the table (this requires a click on your desired wager).

When you place your bets a quick pop up box will appear to show the odds and potential payout. You can also hover over different segments on the table to find out the odds, which generally gives an indication of the likelihood of winning too.

The game begins once you've pressed the spin button. The roulette wheel then spins and the ball will bounce around as it would in real life. The ball then comes to a rest in one of the segments, which pays out if it matches something you've wagered on.

Each game ends with an option to rebet or place new bets; use the latter to instantly clear the board and start afresh.

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Member's Feedback (3)

  • 3.0
    / 5
    This game is another version of the standard American Roulette game. One thing I noticed is that the wheel itself is like a distant view, and you can't know the winning number until it is called by the announcer or posted on the winning numbers board. The house advantage can bet lessened by including a "courtesy bet", that is a split bet between zero and double zero.
  • 4.0
    / 5
    roulette motion and Graphic great
  • 0.5
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    Oh dear!! Seems that Games-OS domain name has expired yesterday (17/08/2014), and as such the version of American Roulette that should be available on this page is currently replaced with an offer to renew or pledge your interest in purchasing the domain when it becomes available.. oops!! I'm pretty sure that Games-OS will already have taken steps to secure their domain name and its just taking some time to be updated, but it does provide a fuirther insight - if any was required - into the generally poor quality of their operation - they have to be the worst of the current online casino games makers. I have played this version in the past when using one of the enormous no deposit bonuses offered by casinos that have this Games OS software, and whilst I am quite impressed with the windowing manager style layout of their "lobby", the quality of the games is waaaay short of my standards.

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